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Indoor air pollution.

Repace J L, 1982
air quality | tobacco smoke | formaldehyde | radon | pollutant | organic compound
Bibliographic info: Environment International, 1982, Vol 8, p21-36. 9 figs, 2 tabs, 97 refs.
Languages: English

Discusses the nature of the problem of indoor air pollution, limitations in the authority of established health agencies in the US to control the problem, research needs and some control options. Indoor pollutants of current concern include radon, tobacco smoke, emissions from unvented indoor combustion appliances, aeropathogens, formaldehyde and pesticides.

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